Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Navigating the Save As and Open Windows
Follow these steps to tell Office how often to save data in an AutoRecovery file:
Book I
Chapter 1
1. On the File tab, choose Options.
The Options dialog box appears.
2. Select the Save category (refer to Figure 1-9).
3. Enter a Minutes setting in the Save AutoRecover Information Every box.
4. Click OK.
Navigating the Save As and Open Windows
The Open window and Save As window offer a bunch of different ways to
locate a file you want to open or locate the folder where you want to save a
file. Figure 1-10 shows the Open and Save As windows. To open these
windows, click the File tab and choose Open or Save As.
Follow these steps to open a file or save a file for the first time (or save a file
under a different name or in a different location):
1. Click the File tab.
2. Choose Open or Save As.
The Open or Save As window opens (refer to Figure 1-10).
On the Recent list, the Open window lists files you recently opened. You
can open a file on this list by clicking its name. To list files you open
frequently at the top of the Recent list, click the Pin This Item button. You
see this button when you move the pointer over a filename on the list.
3. Select the location where you expect to find or want to save the file
(select Computer, most likely).
Select Computer to rummage in folders on your computer. You can also
list network and SkyDrive locations in the Open and Save As windows. (I
explain SkyDrive in Book X.)
4. Select the folder where you expect to find or want to save the file.
The window provides a couple of shortcuts for finding that folder:
Current Folder: Click the name of the folder you most recently
opened.
Recent Folders: Click the name of a folder you opened recently.
Browse button: Click the Browse button, and in the Open or Save As
dialog box, locate and select a folder.
The Open or Save As dialog box appears.
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